Monthly Archives: January 2018

Breaking News — Former CIA Jeffrey Sterling Released to a Halfway House [UPDATE]

“Sterling’s case drew nationwide attention because the Obama-era Department of Justice unsuccessfully tried to force the reporter, James Risen, to divulge the identity of his sources for ‘State of War’, a book in which he revealed the CIA had botched a covert … Continue reading

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On This Day — Nixon Announces Vietnam Peace Agreement (January 23, 1973)

“We have found that our friend, the Republican nominee, our California friend, has been playing on the outskirts with our enemies and our friends both, he has been doing it through rather subterranean sources. Mrs Chennault is warning the South … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — French Minister of Defence Acknowledges the Death of 6 DGSE Officers

“I remember a violent discussion regarding Libya with Vladimir Putin near the end of 2011. We had obtained — thanks to Russia’s vote — that the UN would impose a no-fly zone and that we would take no further actions. Then Gaddafi was killed. … Continue reading

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TOP INTEL TODAY 2017 STORIES #2 : “NSA Hacked French President’s House”

“Keith Alexander (Director of the NSA) told me he was disappointed because he never thought we would detect them and he even added: You guys are good.” “In the Intelligence World, you have some allies. You don’t have friends.” Bernard Barbier –Director … Continue reading

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India — Former Head Spook Denounces Kafkaesque AADHAAR Database

“I have come across any number of stupidities, fallacies, misconceptions, notions, whims and fancies regarding Aadhaar. Possibly the only Kafkaesque stipulation I have yet to encounter is the need to have an Aadhaar number in order to apply for an … Continue reading

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CIA Director Mike Pompeo Top 10 Lies — #1 : “We don’t do it to help American businesses.”

“What is the recent flap regarding Echelon and U.S. spying on European industries all about? We’ll begin with some candor from the American side. Yes, my continental European friends, we have spied on you. And it’s true that we use … Continue reading

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Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit America’s Universities [UPDATE : VIDEO]

“Kenneth Moskow is one of a long line of CIA officers who have enrolled undercover at the Kennedy School, generally with Harvard’s knowledge and approval, gaining access to up-and-comers worldwide. For four decades the CIA and Harvard have concealed this … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Obama’s Cryptic Comment on the DNC Leaks

“The conclusions of the intelligence community with respect to the Russian hacking were not conclusive as to whether WikiLeaks was witting or not in being the conduit through which we heard about the DNC e-mails that were leaked.” President Obama … Continue reading

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Statement from CIA Director Pompeo on Former DCI Admiral Stansfield Turner

“I think Mike Hayden is extremely well qualified for the job, but there is this big question mark over the legality of the wiretapping that was done under his supervision. I happen to think it was illegal.” Former DCI Admiral … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Obama’s Crackdown on National Security Leaks

“The current state of whistleblowing prosecutions under the Espionage Act makes a truly fair trial wholly unavailable to an American who has exposed classified wrongdoing. Legal scholars have strongly argued that the US Supreme Court – which has never yet … Continue reading

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